The Financial Stability Report assesses emerging risks in the Portuguese markets and financial system. It identifies possible adverse shocks and evaluates their consequences for the stability of the financial system.
The report is divided into four parts: the first assesses the main risks for financial stability in Portugal, together with the underlying vulnerabilities, and the developments in terms of macroprudential policy. The second characterises and analyses the macroeconomic and markets environment, including the developments in financial markets, in general terms, and in the Portuguese real estate market. The third presents an analysis of the financial situation of the General government and of the non-financial private sectors (households and non-financial corporations). The fourth presents an assessment of the developments of the Portuguese banking sector. Finally, the report features Boxes and Special issues addressing general financial stability topics.